Issue of April 11, 2021
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21 COVID deaths in Baguio in 7 days
Baguio City has recorded 21 Covid-19-related deaths in the first week of April as the city government is struggling to vaccinate its eligible population amidst the uncertainty in the arrival of vaccine supply.

PROTECTING RESIDENTS -- The City Health Services Office has resumed the inoculation of individuals with comorbidities such as hypertension and diabetes at the University of Baguio gymnasium on April 6 in a bid to mitigate the surging Covid-19 cases especially severe and critical cases in Baguio. -- Harley Palangchao

Cordillera’s nightingale Ingrid Payaket’s “Saving Grace” has emerged as champion in the 2020 Vehnee Saturno online songwriting contest among thousands of entries nationwide.

The mayors of Baguio and nearby Benguet towns have agreed to regulate the movement of residents as a means to curb the spread of the Covid-19.

Bakun IP’s oppose Hedcor’s operation

Respected elders of Bakun, Benguet have issued a resolution of non-consent on the operation of the Hedcor, Inc. power plants at Poblacion and Sinacbat.


Work continues for the three mayors in the Cordillera, including the country’s contact tracing czar, Baguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong, who have tested positive for Covid-19 last week as cases surged not only in the region but also nationwide.


GOOD FRIDAY RITES -- Catholic churches in the city led by Bishop Victor Bendico complied with minimum health protocols in the observance of Good Friday liturgy and rites in commemoration of the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. -- Neil Clark Ongchangco
COPS IN EMERGENCY SITUATION -- Personnel of the Kibungan Municipal Police Station led by SM/Sgt. Harold Ebes and M/Sgt. Warrien Biano helped carry a 72-year-old patient for 30 minutes towards the highway in Pindengan, Poblacion before the patient was brought to the Rural Health Unit for medical treatment. -- Kibungan PNP

CONTINUING SERVICE -- Despite the risks they are facing, healthcare frontliners and volunteers assigned at the city’s vaccination site at the University of Baguio gymnasium continue to render service to people from all walks of life who qualified for the vaccination program of the city government. -- Harley Palangchao
VIABLE -- The propagation of the king berry variety in an open farm in Atok, Benguet has been proven to be viable as evidenced by the recent harvest of tons of strawberry in this upland farm. The runners for the strawberry variety are being propagated by a Baguio-based farmer. -- Harley Palangchao
HEART OF A CHAMPION -- At 37, former two-time ONE lightweight world champion Eduard Folayang is still confident he has more fights to come, as he prepares for his upcoming bout against Korean-Japanese superstar Yoshihiro Akiyama at “ONE on TNT IV,” scheduled for April 28 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore. -- ONE photo


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